List of mayors of Oshawa

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This is a list of mayors of Oshawa, Ontario , from its incorporation as a town in 1879 until the present day. [1]

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Town of Oshawa

City of Oshawa

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References

  1. "City of Oshawa City Council Historical Record" Archived 2013-12-03 at the Wayback Machine . City of Oshawa.
  2. ""Oshawa's Progress"". Oshawa Daily Reformer. 30 June 1927. Retrieved 12 April 2019.